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Concentration camp jacket

This concentration camp jacket was worn by a concentration camp inmate during World War II.
The jacket is made of a German ‘Drillich’ fabric with white and blue printed stripes.
This type of jacket was worn by inmates from May to October.
From November to April, winter clothing was worn which was made of slightly thicker material.
This jacket have German bakelite buttons.
This pair of trousers were found in the Netherlands, but the exact wearer is unknown.